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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, W1K > THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY IIKU.VLI) PAGE KLKVF.N NDS RUMM A list of "cold weather" requirements which will be at this wonderful sale, which will be the talk of the next nine days. A real "cut price" sale. found on sale town for the Store Open Until 9 O'clock Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. V. k. turner! from spending Ohio and Indiana. (Sreen have ro-thc holidays hi 4 j 500 Pairs Ladies Hose, worth up to 90c............... _ ^ __^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ j^^^^^^^^^^Wf^MWW%T�t*#�l"^rfF^^^*,*""�*"fcT'^^^'- Ladies' Union Suits. Lots of them on sale............. Girls' Black Wool Tights. All sizes 59c 95c 65c Ladies' Fleeced and Fine Ribbed Vests............ 59c 200 Toques for Boys and Girls, 75c to 90c ......... Girls' Sweater Coats^ Worth up to $2.00 for....... Boys* Sweater and Jerseys. 1.25 AUbs JqBf?ie Mel;*!II Iihh returned from Red Door, wbr?ro she apent the holiday Hoaaon with friends.  * * Dominion Rehekah LbdRP, No. 41, are hplding a danro Monday evening. January 14th. Invitatlona are iaauod to both ladiea and wn\lumen and muat ho presented at th" door * �  i Chief Inspector .i. N. McLeod, and Inspector Mrs. Arthur Lewis have left for Lethbridgo wIimx* they will spend Thursday and- Friday.-- Calgary Al-beftan. All woo 1 1.10 Men's Fine or Heavy Socks. On sale...... 15 pieces of Fur including Caperines, Stoles and Throws, worth up to $12.00 for a quick clean up Tomorrow. 2 only, Ladies' $100.00 Rat wti vued from front PaGB) lulgaria represent-themselves with Tonight is the farewell meeting and will close the mission which has been characterized-throughout by deep spiritual fervor, clearness of expression and high scholarly attainment. No MUM YOUR CHILD REATH IF TONGUE IS COATED, 1 BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS The Turkish and atives associated these remarks. In the name of the German chief command. Gen. Hoffman protested moat strongly against wjrejesti messages sent, out from Russian military stations, containing Abuse of German military institutions and appeals of a revolutionary character to the German troops. This, the general said, transgressed the spirit of the armistice. Representatives of the. armies of Germany's allies joined in the protest-. At the proposal of Leon Trotsky, head of the Russian delegation, the sitting was adjourned. Meet Again Friday Petrograd, Jan. 11.-M. Trotzky, requested adjournment of the peace conference in order that the Russian reply to the Austro-German declarations might be prepared. The next sitting, was fixed for 11 o'clock Friday morning. It was agreed that the Russian and Ukrainian replies would be read at that time; Crisis Averted Washington, Jan. 11.-State department despatches today summarizing public opfnion in Germany as expressed in (he newspapers, say a threatened political crisis was averted, by the resumption of peaco negotiations at Hrest-Litovsk. They say that Russian Minister Trotzky's defiance many actually was published German newspapers. SUCCESSFUL YEAR AT SI. Owing to the excessively cold night the attendance at the annual meeting of St. Aiigustin's congregation last evening was not, as large as usual. Mr. J. S. Smith, the churchwarden, presented the financial statement and report. The following were the totals of the different accounts: Receipts Expenditures General account .. $3,035.96 $2,995.36 Mission account ... 46S.13 -148.80 'Capital account ... 3,610.00 1,610.00 In connection with Mie report we E ight state that all the taxes on church properties are paid in full. All accounts for the year are paid. The note at the bank has been reduced to $300. Tha new furnace installed at the rectory is paid for and' fire insurance paid for three years. The synod assessment was met in full. Total liabilities of the church-Mortgage new church Kite .. $1,000.00 Note Union Bank .......... 300,00 The Daughters and .Maids of England met in the S. O. E. hall on Wed-nesday evening when the newly elected officer for 1018 were installed by Sister Wakelin, alter the meeting a social time was enjoyed by the members and a few friends, it was arranged to hold a Whist Drive and Dance on Wednesday next, the 16th in the S. O. E. hall.  * * Mr. T. D. Lowe?, of Calgary, has received word from his daughter, Mrs. Jonkinson, nee Miss Kate Lowes, who-is wintering in Florida, that his son-in-law, Lieut. T. B. Jenkinson, 9th Lancers, England, formerly of Medicine Hat, has received the Military Gross for conspicuous bravery in France. Lieut. Jenkinson has seen three years' service at the front and has only lately returned to France after recovering from wounds. * * * Women of 21 republics in North'and South America have been called upon to organize an inter-American round j table as a means for mutual aid in meeting unusual conditions created throughout the hemisphere by the war. John Barret, director-general of the pan-American union, is sponsor for the movement and among those interested in the movement here are Mrs. Robert. Lansing and Lady Ab3r-deeu, president of the International Council of Women. Mips C. E. Mason, of Tarrytown, Hudson, N.Y., has been named director-general. Foreign to Ger-in some . 0.0. F. Give "California Syrup of Fizz" at once-a teaspoonl'ul today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one is out-of-sorts, half-sick, isn't resting, eating and aoMng naturaUy-look Mother! see if tongue , Qll Tuesday even'ng the following oris coated. Ihis is a sure sign that irs f ricers of MIzpah lodge No. 72. T.O.O. iittle stomach, liver and/bowels are clogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or lias stomachacho, diarrhoea, uorp throat, full of cold, give a tea-Bpoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and In a few hours all the constipated l*oison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of 1U little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because It never fails to cleanse flie little one's ...or and bowels and sweeten the Stomach and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Full directions for babies, childreiijof all ages and for grownups printed wn each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig Ask your druggist for a of "California Syrup of Figs; �*ee,that it is made by the ''California the ensuing N. G., J. Kirk; Uec.-See., Geo. T.*Bernard. P. P., were installed foi year; J. P. G., W. Carter; V. G., J. S. Johnston; Field, P.G.; Fin. Sec^, G.; Treas.^H. Skinner, P.G.; Warden, J. Hamilton; Conductor, A E. Jarvis; U. S. N. G., D. A. Smith, P.G.; L.S.N. G., J Stevenson; R. S. Sup., L. V. Grist; L. S. Sup., A. J. Davies; Chap., F Gurr: U. S. V. G.. J. Reed. P.G.; L. S.V.G.. G. Shrieve, P.G.; Inner Guard, O. Matson; Outer Guard, G. Ross, P. G ; Organist, A. Davies, P.G. $1,300.00 After discussion the report was ad After discussion the report was adopted and the heartiest thanks of the congregation was accorded to Mr. Smith. The envelope secretary reported that at. the end of the year the arrears standing on the books were very small. For the church $69.00, for mission $10. The rector nominated Mr. M. Freeman as his warden for the year. It was decided to appoint two sidesmen to assist each warden, and a committee of two to assist the envelope secretary. A nominating committee consisting of Messrs. J. S. Smith, M. Freeman, ('. B. Bowman, with the rector, was appointed to report to an adjourned meeting to be called within the month for all the other church officers. The vector addressed the meeting briefly upon the spiritual needs of the congregation, emphasizing the duty and privilege of every member serving tho church and asking particularly for the return of all the service cards lately sent out. He announced that besides bringing a number o* volunteers for service which'was tile object of these cards they had also brought in new subscriptions of over five hundred doli-rs. It was pointed out by some of those present that an increased revenue would be necessary in order to meet our taxes which for several years bad been paid out of capital account monies. Mr. Maynard gave notice* that he would bring up the question at the adjourned meeting of haying a plain BerVice of holy communion on one Sunday of the month in addition :o the choral celebration on the first Sunday as at present. After the usual votes of thanks the meeting adjourned to be called after due nollei by the rector and nominating committee. The members of St. Patrick's church choir together with the ushers and collectors of the church were the guests of the parish clergy at a reception on Wednesday evening last. To the number of 35 they sat down to a splendid turkey supper prepared and served by Mrs. O. Newinger. Mrs. J. W. Tennant and Mrs. F. Gow. The Misses M. E. Mcintosh, Corinne, Roy. Laura Roy, Gertrude Gibbons and Mary McDonald served at the table. At the conclusion of the repast, the pastor, Rev. J. McCaffrey made a few remarks, thanking all present for the services they had rendered to tho parish during the past year. An ini ; promptu program of music was then* executed and games indulged In fittingly rounding out a wholly agreeable and home-like evening. 9 STONE-GRAHAM On JkVedncsday, January 9th at tho Uniteu Church parsonage, Peroy Lewis Stone of Empress and Henrietta Graham of tftjs city were united in marriage by the Rev. E. J. Hodgins. -1. * it K> MEDHURST-McPHEE On Wednesday evening, Jan. 0, a quiet wedding was selemnized in Knox church when Arthte Mae. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil McPhee formerly of this city, became the bride of Mr. C. Frederick Medhurst of Foremost. The bride is, well known in the city and has made a name for herself in musical circles as a violinist of remarkable ialov.t. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom were present. The happy couple left for the coast via Spokane. Rev. W. F. Burns performed the ceremony. C. 0. F. syrups, bottle " then FINANCE SUGAR CROP New York, Jan. 11.-A plan under wh'eh New York bank'ng interests would finance the next Cuban Sugar crop, involving expenditure of a sum as high as $150,000,000 is under con- Syrup Company."-Advertisement, jsideration here, it was learned today. The Dominion government has' authorized the hospital commission to pay the following scale of allowances to returned sorters called in for re-exemption at a hospital or for repairs to or supply or artificial limbs and their appliances. Return transportation, first class, with sleeping berth if necessary; $1.10 a day for-time ab* nent from home, plus $1.J>0' for each night spent at a hotel and 50 cents for each meal absent from home. Thia makes a total allowance of $4,10 a day, plus transportation. Last evening at the regular meeting of the above order, A. E. Kinnear, D. H. C. II., assisted by G. Mitchell, 1). G. M., installed the following officers for the present year: P. C. R., H. J. Collier; C. R.. J. E. Clarke; V. C. R., R., R. Wilson; Rec-Sec, D. Wilson; Fin. Sec., A. Neidig; Treas., W. L. McKenzize; Chap., J. Ramsay; S.W.. R. E. Taylor "veteran"; J. W., J. Shandj.S. B., J. Moodie; J. B., J. P. IInsworth; auditors, W. A. Leavitt, O. Matson. Bro. A. E. Kinnear was presented with a high court P.C.R. jewel. At the conclusion of the/business light refreshments were served during Which time the members were treated to a lecture on a trip from Vancouver to San Diego, CaL, from a couple of re turned brethren. GO TO WASHINGTON Ottawa, Jan. li.-Chief Justice Jas. D. Ha^en, ex-minisjqr of the naval department, was in consultation with Mr. G. J DesbaratB., deputy minister of naval affa'rs, th.a*morning prior to tholf departure for Washington where th�f Will participate iu an international fisheries conference to settle old disputes. Hi Hi1 6* s. S 7, / 7 7 7 hi V .7 > / 1\ rli" 2 i Irl =3" 4 A . L V i m r A. V Link conomy with Production it ThW illiii- uautfl amount of FfMrncnt of wMfMrr con-I 'irihtillad b'J'ld f FMII cr.ast?i% n'.t'-r.t'.f \;.Vr. f*r.d ff/ ;:- He careful thtn and eenromi/e while ynu produce. IUiy for your table suit-:ih]ft eennomien) articles fuj] nf food v;dt:c\ Kliminate waste and study thrift. Don't overlook the fact that Cocoa has ^rcat h dy-l^ntding' proprji^itirs. It is nourishing and sustaining and within the r^ach of every pur^e, Kor the lie^t results be sure to asL for thii great food diint. i 2 1 - V ion nan Puresi and Soit! iq ,v:raaiTC r'.::n 1 IH crit Xnd hi'J Made by Tb" Co-a-sn Con pin j I.ir.utci!, 'fortune* riKtCoaA^C�OC5UT! ^ 3i-2S j - r" Prices .95 Pair ' h Over Hundred At Thi to ove Oat nee + la ,/atcon and lace, Gun Metal Button with cloth tops. All Kid Consisting of all Gun M mes 49 ;